Lots of good stuff going on in SOTD today. Kiehls... good stuff. Eau d'hermes... of course I'm a fan.
King Solomon: sounds like you need an incense scent, something ala Passage d'enfer (L'artisan Parfumeur), Lorrenzo Villoresi Incensi, or Profumum Santalum (which isn't really an incense scent, but has both myrrh and cinnamon... and sandalwood.)
If you want something sweeter, cinammon and fruits are part of something like Dior Dolce Vita, or sandalwood and jasmine is absolute over-abundance/super-saturation in Guerlain Samsara. Both of these are considered more 'feminine,' but you were asking more for a scent based around a scripture than a gender.
Speaking of... I'll wear Samsara Parfum today. WAY too hot and humid for it, but I feel like knocking down some old ladies on the train today with my fog of stink. For those interested in how concentrations differ, the EdT of Samsara feels obviously "light," the jasmine and florals are at the fore. With the EdP, the sandalwood comes through more with muted florals. The parfum is a very dry, very rich sandalwood with an almost "wet" jasmine coming through. It creates a unique experience, a dry wood with a wet floral. Quite heavy and sweet, but not cloying. ALMOST a Lutens-esque syrup, but balanced well enough it doesn't feel like "too much." (perhaps not surprising, then, that many compare Lutens Santal de Mysore to the higher concentrations of Samsara.)
While the Edt feels decidedly feminine, the EdP, and especially parfum, definitely feel more unisex.
Would never, ever consider purchasing a bottle at retail (I think the parfum is nearly $200-300 now), but it's worth trying if you find it cheap or somebody gives it to you. I paid around $11 for mine, so obviously it's worth it. It's one of the most full-out sandalwoods on the market... most sandalwoods change character when blended with others... this one gives you a clear sense of what a natural sandalwood smells like.